“National” Geographic Visits Darkest Post-America


"We`re on our way to becoming the first country
in history that is literally made up of every part of
the world," bubbles Kenneth
Prewitt
, a former director of the Census Bureau, to
Joel Swerdlow in the September
issue
of National
Geographic
. The magazine famous for its photo essays
about primitive tribes in South America and Africa now
no longer needs to go abroad to get its stories. In its
survey of J.E.B.
Stuart High School
in Falls Church, Virginia, it
discovers that the primitive tribes have come to us.

The article, focusing on the transformation of the
suburban school because of immigration, is in fact
thinly disguised propaganda for the multicultural and
multiracial "nation" it imagines is being
born. When the school opened in 1959, the student body
was "virtually all Anglo-American" and in the
1964 yearbook there were 14 students with the surname
"Smith." In 2000, "there were only 6
Smiths, and 11 Martinezes and 23 Nguyens," a
development Mr. Swerdlow believes is cause for
celebration. He never tells us what happened to all the
Smiths and why there aren`t so many around anymore.

What he does tell us about is the class he monitored
called "Combating Intolerance," a
semester-long brainwash in how the old America was a pit
of hatred, bigotry and racial and ethnic repression.
"Class discussions," Mr. Swerdlow gloats,
"cover such topics as hate
crimes,
Ku Klux Klan violence and why `No Irish Need
Apply` appeared on job posters in cities where Irish
immigrants
looked for work in the 19th
century."

But "combating intolerance" isn`t the only
course at J.E.B. Stuart. There are also English
courses—for immigrant teenagers unable to read at all,
even in their own languages. "About a fifth of the
students now are nonliterate in their native
language," one teacher says. "That makes it
much more difficult for them to learn English."
About 59 percent of the school`s students go on to
four-year colleges—but "the numbers are much
lower for foreign-born students." Neither the
teachers nor Mr. Swerdlow ever grasps that the
immigrants they gurgle so happily over are in fact a
burden that others have to carry. Back when there were
14 Smiths in the senior class, no one worried whether
they could read English or could read at all. Maybe that
has something to do with why so many Smiths went
somewhere else.

Yet another reason may be that folks named Smith
don`t much like being taught to hate
their own race and people
. "`I don`t want to be
white,` says a white student from Poland…. Others
agree with the Polish-born youth…. To call someone
`white` is an insult, as are synonymous terms like
Wonder bread. `I don`t consider myself white,` says a
young woman from Russia. She has white skin. `Whites act
white and do white stuff.`"

"White kids act different," Mr. Swerdlow
was told. "They hang out differently. They`re
smart, do homework on time, run the student government,
participate in plays and musicals, sell stuff, have
parents who are involved in the school." "When
you go to apply for a job," one student whines,
"you have to act white." Many white students
seem to have bought into the deliberate mental and
spiritual destruction that the school inflicts upon
them—but not all. As Mr. Swerdlow also notes,
"Most white students remain silent during these
discussions. `I won`t apologize for being white,` says
one." He won`t last long. The others know that any
effort to defend their own race would brand them—and
probably their families—as hate-criminals
suitable for psycho-therapy. Mr. Swerdlow concludes his
little expedition in multiculturalism by informing us,
"These are normal American teenagers" who
"will change America." It doesn`t seem to
occur to him or other open borders cranks that the
"changes" they like to chirp about consist
precisely of driving out and driving down one culture
and heritage, and the race that created it, and the
elevation of others.

Apostles of multiculturalism and multiracialism love
to gabble about "combating intolerance" and
all the other feel-good jabber that allows them to creep
into cultural and political power. But behind the jabber
is the grim truth that whites are made to feel ashamed
of being white and to reject their own identity, and the
very traits that enabled white people to conquer the
world—like doing your homework on time and running the
student government—become habits to be laughed at and
shunned. We are not in fact "the first country in
history that is literally made up of every part of the
world," as Mr. Prewitt claims (email
him
), but we may well be the first in which one
population has surrendered not only its power and its
country to another but has even destroyed its own mind
and spirit to do so.

COPYRIGHT 2001 CREATORS
SYNDICATE, INC.

September 06,
2001